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September Homes Report: Wonderful 3-Bedroom Home in a Country Setting

Sep 27, 2016 02:06PM ● By Erin Frisch

1831 Goldcoast Road, Bridgewater, VT 05034. Photo courtesy of

Looking for a new home? Here are 5 local area houses for sale ranging from $358,000 to $850,000, as featured on

1.) 154 Roberts Road, Woodstock, VT 05091

($440,000) Wonderful three-bedroom home in a country setting. Large kitchen, spacious living room and additional family room with a fireplace. This home is situated on a level open setting with a pond, apple trees, large lawn for recreation and even a shuffle court. Nice paved loop driveway and extra parking area for an RV with water and sewer hook-up. Close to Woodstock Village and the National Park.

2.) 1831 Goldcoast Road, Bridgewater, VT 05034

($840,000) 1810 cape has been tastefully and thoroughly updated while preserving every bit of charm. There are glorious views, a country kitchen, native pine wide-board floors, a first floor bedroom suite, and welcoming spaces throughout. This south facing 2700+ sf cape features 5 bedrooms, 3.5 baths, and 3 fireplaces. Large windows bathe the interior in warm light and showcase the stunning grounds and views. Do you entertain? The home boasts a lovely rustic Summer Living Room- 600 sf of charming indoor/outdoor space with a stone fireplace. Also, the original barn has been electrified & repurposed into a âparty barnâ for larger crowds. The 34 acres model the best of VT- luxurious perennial beds, stone walls, meadows, mature woods, and mountain views. Located minutes from Woodstock Village and Killington Resort in the desirable Goldcoast neighborhood of North Bridgewater.

3.) 290 Cross Street, Hartford, VT 05059

($358,000)This wonderful colonial home sits on a double lot next to a tranquil pond. Built in 2004 the home features large spaces and a floor plan with lots of flow and good natural light. There is a generous family room, formal dining room, and separate living room. An open design kitchen with plenty of cupboard and counter space. There are 3 bedrooms including a large master and en suite bath with tub and shower. Enjoy summers on the front porch or anytime on the three season porch. A large unfinished basement offers plenty of storage or future expansion. There is also a one car garage to keep the snow off your vehicle in the winter or to store bikes and kayaks and lawn equipment year round. This is a beautiful home located in Quechee but not part of the association so no extra fees.

4.) 635 Bowman Road, Barnard, VT 05031

($485,000) Built as a pond-side camp in 1973 and subsequently purchased in 2004 when a local couple, full of enthusiasm, creativity and insight, transformed it into the exquisite cottage-style home it is today. Having had only occasional use since the renovation, the home looks and feels brand new. The cottage is situated at the edge of a quarter-acre pond on 11+/- very private acres of mostly level to gently sloping lawn and pasture with a small portion wooded. A large covered porch overlooking the pond is fitted with cedar framed interchangeable screen and glass panels, providing full three-season functionality. A short drive to Barnard Village and Silver Lake. If your desire is to have a home that makes you feel like you are in Vermont, this is it.

5.) 825 wild Apple Road, Pomfret VT 05065

($850,000) Wild Apple Road in Pomfret is one of the most sought after addresses in the area. This contemporary is on +/- 46 acres, 44 of which is in the Current Use program. The land all around the house is open with forest around the edges. A big view with Mt Ascutney in the background greets you as you walk into the family room with stone fireplace, dining/living room, open floor plan. Sliding glass doors from all of these areas take you out to the huge deck. A master bedroom suite as well as guest room suite are on the first floor. Two more bedrooms are up and a spa room with sauna is down with sliding doors out to the zen garden. This is a property to be enjoyed in all seasons.

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